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Psychosis - Toronto Central

People with psychosis may experience personality changes, hallucinations, false beliefs, or impaired insight. This condition can be caused by disease, injury, substance use, or mental illness.
Early intervention programs treat and support people experiencing their first episode of psychosis. People can get help to manage their symptoms through specialized clinics, hospital-run programs, supportive services, and support groups.

These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto Branch - Mood And Psychosis Early Intervention Program  
Lawrence Square, 480-700 Lawrence Ave W, North York, ON  M6A 3B4
416-640-1934 Add to Clipboard
Centre For Addiction And Mental Health (CAMH) - Slaight Centre Early Intervention Service - Toronto - 250 College Street  
250 College St, Toronto, ON  M5T 1R8
416-535-8501 ext 2 Add to Clipboard
Focus on Youth Psychosis Prevention Clinic - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health  
Toronto, ON  M5T 1R8
416-535-8501 ext 32517 Add to Clipboard
Humber River Hospital - Mental Health and Addictions Program - Early Intervention In Psychosis Program  
1235 Wilson Ave, Toronto, ON  M3M 0B2
416-242-1000 ext 43170 Add to Clipboard
St Michael's Hospital - Mental Health and Addictions Services - Steps For Youth - Toronto - Regent Park Boulevard  
73 Regent Park Blvd, Covenant House, 3rd Fl, Toronto, ON  M5A 2B7
416-864-5120 Add to Clipboard

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Canadian Mental Health Association, Peel Dufferin Branch - Brampton - Individual Support Services - Early Intervention  
7700 Hurontario St, Unit 314, Brampton, ON  L6Y 4M3
905-451-2123 Add to Clipboard

These service listings may be either regulated or non-regulated.

Consumer Protection Ontario at can help you ask the right questions before you choose a service. 

Health professionals are a regulated profession in Ontario. To confirm whether a regulated health professional is eligible to practice in Ontario, go to the public registry at: Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (

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